The is a perfect example of why you should handle your estate planning. Late music legend Prince's estate $200 million value is under the IRS' microscope.
The late Prince's ex-wife Manuela Testolini's objections to open their divorce file was overturned by a Minneapolis judge yesterday (Dec. 21). According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the newspaper itself requested that records from the couple’s divorce be released publicly.
A collection of Prince’s unreleased music called 4Ever dropped on Nov 22nd as his first posthumous album, and so did one track from the 40-track compilation album called “Moonbeam Levels.”
Before his untimely passing, Prince trusted the release of his music on Jay Z's streaming service TIDAL, so it only makes sense that Jay would place a bid on the late musician's music catalog. However, the hip-hop business mogul's lucrative offer was turned down by Prince's estate.
Baltimore photographer Steve Parke was Prince's art director for over a decade, and now he's sharing tons of photographs of the late musician that have never been seen by the public.
Late last week, it was reported that the official tribute to Prince curated by his estate and family would take place on Oct 13th at the at Xcel Energy Center, and it's sold out already!
So THIS is probably what Chaka Khan meant when last month, she said she's planning her own Prince tribute… Chaka, along with Anita Baker, Stevie Wonder, Luke James, Bilal, Mint Condition, and others are among the artists who will honor Prince at his official tribute concert next month...
Yesterday (Sept 13), Hachette Books revealed to The Associated Press that Garcia’s book, titled “The Most Beautiful,” is scheduled for release in April 2017.
She recently revealed to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that the reason for her non-participation is because it's still too painful, but that doesn't mean she doesn’t plan on ever publicly honoring him...
Soon you'll be able to see where the late great Prince lived and worked when his Paisley Park estate in Chanhassen, Minnesota will be open for public tours this fall.